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12" monitors with a 600W (bridged mono), 300W (stereo) power amp, and the cables to hook them up.
This special PA bundle is ideal for a studio setup or live performances in a smaller venue. The live sound package includes a pair of Kustom KPC10M Monitor Speaker Cabinets, a Phonic MAX 1000 Power Amplifier, and 2 Gear One Speakon-to-1/4" cables to hook them up.
KPC12M Monitor Speaker Cabinet with Horn
The Kustom KPC12M 12" Monitor Speaker Cabinet with Horn uses a specially voiced crossover to ensure clear separation of frequencies for crisp, full-range reproduction. A 12" woofer delivers deep low frequencies, while a 6" x 12" horn produces bright high-end tones. The Kustom 12" monitor cabinet features 2 parallel input jacks, sturdy construction with reinforced corners, and heavy-duty Tolex® covering. It offers 30°, 60°, and 90° positioning.
Phonic MAX 1000 Power Amplifier
The Phonic MAX 1000 Power Amplifier delivers 600 Watts of power at 8 ohms (bridge mono), 300W of power at 4 ohms (stereo)—ideal for small- to medium-size venues like churches, auditoriums, and more. Input to the MAX 1000 is achieved via XLR or phone jack, and output is achieved through either Speakon-type connectors or binding posts. The MAX 1000 features ground switches, and the option to choose between stereo, parallel and bridge operating modes, making it an affordable amplifier that is exceptional for real-world application.
Gear One Speakon to 1/4" cable
This 16-gauge speaker cable is 25 feet in length and features a Speakon connector on one end and a 1/4" connector on the other.
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KPC12M / Phonic MAX 1000 Spkr & Amp Package
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Comments about Kustom KPC12M / Phonic MAX 1000 Spkr & Amp Package:
Great Package-easy to hook up; lightweight; had some trouble getting signal from Mixer to amp. Discovered that all controls on amp needed to be maxed. Still working with it, tho. So far, very happy.